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Watch: Paper Money Stashed Away Since the 1960s

In this episode of the CoinWeek Live Stream, Editor Charles Morgan shows off nearly 50 notes from a recently discovered hoard of paper money once belonging to a Richmond, Virginia coin dealer active in the 1960s. This collection features a variety of Civil War-era, Charter Bank, National Bank, Silver Certificate, and Federal Reserve issues, spanning over a century of the country’s banknote production. Charles shares several highlights in high-resolution and discusses a little of each note’s history and design.

 

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  1. I’ve got 2 rolls of paper that my father and uncle saved as airmen in the Pacific in WW2. Both have silver certificates and foreign paper probably 15 to 20 percent American rest filipinnes other islands, a few Aussies. Are they worth anything?

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